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Do You Want More?!!!??! (Deluxe Version)

The Roots

  • Released on 1/17/95 by Geffen
  • Main artist: The Roots
  • Genre: Rap
  • Distinctions: Pitchfork: Best New Reissue
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Original release October 24, 1994 (USA) and January 17, 1995

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1
Intro / There's Something Goin' On
00:01:17
2
Proceed
00:04:35
3
Distortion To Static
00:04:12
4
Mellow My Man
00:04:37
5
I Remain Calm
00:04:07
6
Datskat
00:03:40
7
Lazy Afternoon
00:05:06
8
? Vs. Rahzel
00:03:17
9
Do You Want More?!!!??!
00:03:20
10
What Goes On, Pt. 7
00:05:32
11
Essaywhuman?!!!??!
00:04:59
12
Swept Away
00:03:46
13
You Ain't Fly
00:04:42
14
Silent Treatment
00:06:51
15
The Lesson Pt. 1
00:05:11
16
The Unlocking
00:05:29

Bonus Tracks (Tariq Trotter)

17
Proceed II feat. Roy Ayers
00:05:47
18
Proceed III
00:04:11
19
Proceed IV (A.J. Shine Mix)
00:03:41
20
Proceed V (Beatminerz Mix)
00:04:31
21
Silent Treatment (Kelo's Remix)
00:04:02
22
Silent Treatment (Beatminerz Mix)
00:04:16
23
Silent Treatment (Black Thought's '87 And Yours Mix)
00:04:35
24
Silent Treatment (Question's Mix)
00:04:51
25
Silent Treatment (Street Mix)
00:06:59
26
In Your Dreams Kid (I'm Every MC)
00:06:33
27
The Ultimate Original '94 Version
00:07:17
28
...…(dot dot dot…on & on)
00:04:05
29
Pffat Time Steve Williamson Mix
00:05:52
30
Swept Away Original Draft
00:02:32
31
It's Comin'
00:06:27
32
Lazy Afternoon Alternate Version
00:05:06
33
Distortion To Static Freestyle Mix
00:04:51
34
Distortion To Static Quest Jim Mix
00:04:22

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